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Member postings for Martian

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Thread: RAF's Finest Biplane? Hawker Fury MkI
12/06/2018 10:08:21

Thanks Chris some wonderful pics of the engine and clarification on the top of the cowl

Thread: Copying plans
11/06/2018 19:31:20

You won't need steam paper irons really well gradually increase temp so as not to burn plan

Thread: RAF's Finest Biplane? Hawker Fury MkI
11/06/2018 18:28:53

No hinges then I just liked the idea but not if that is not a scale feature ,lovely pics Chris hope you had a good day

11/06/2018 14:34:17

Thanks for that fellow Furies

Thread: Real flight 8
11/06/2018 13:42:37

Anybody opting to try this new realease

Thread: RAF's Finest Biplane? Hawker Fury MkI
11/06/2018 13:35:51

Nice one Gordon, Danny did the Fury have a split hinged cowl ? And did anybody see the Fury 1 at Gosford ? I watched it on a live feed a bit of inspiration

11/06/2018 11:32:42

Danny are you talking about the glass cowl or one you are going to make it, I'm looking at cutting the glass cowl on the lines marked was contemplating splitting and hinging the removed section

11/06/2018 11:32:37

Danny are you talking about the glass cowl or one you are going to make it, I'm looking at cutting the glass cowl on the lines marked was contemplating splitting and hinging the removed section

09/06/2018 13:13:05
Posted by Danny Fenton on 09/06/2018 12:03:16:
Biplanes are new territory for me so we will have to see if my gut feelings hold true. I got it wrong on a flair Baronette triplane i built a few years back. So please say if you disagree

Heck i don't know I've never built a bipe   either but I guess it depends on the flying site ie tufty grass etc and maybe sudden unexpected molehill

Edited By Martian on 09/06/2018 13:13:56

Thread: Aldi bargains
09/06/2018 13:08:06
Posted by Ron Gray on 09/06/2018 12:33:41:

And there was me rushing out to the store to stock up on plasters!

Lol they have deals on those to you never know when you need to fix a foamy 

Edited By Martian on 09/06/2018 13:09:23

09/06/2018 11:00:41
Posted by Martian on 07/06/2018 18:12:01:

Band was in Aldi this week usual low price

That should have been bandsaw

Thread: Mustang p51d
09/06/2018 10:58:49

I always hard wire extensions then connect to a y lead from rx but having said that I may have used a y lead on the wing for uc and ae on the Mustang

Thread: RAF's Finest Biplane? Hawker Fury MkI
09/06/2018 10:52:51
Posted by Danny Fenton on 08/06/2018 22:50:07:
Yes the Turnigy motors. I have only ever had one fail, but i dont stress my gear very hard

Ah good they are affordable and I like them, by the way by my reckoning a 20" prop only has a 2" ground clearance that should be interesting

08/06/2018 21:25:15

Hi Danny are you referring to the Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 motors or another make

08/06/2018 19:40:21
Posted by Danny Fenton on 08/06/2018 18:34:56:

I ordered 4 5S2700 packs on the 6th, from the NL warehouse of our friends at HobbyKing, they arrived this afternoon!! I am pleased to say the dimensions and weight are correct (well weight is 336g) But that's close enough for me

I think Mr Sephton is doing his IC

Cheers

Danny

Why 4 Danny are 2 for back up and are you set on the motor is it the one to go for ?

08/06/2018 18:00:42

Electric ,an old washing machine motor 😉

Thread: Mustang p51d
08/06/2018 11:19:35

Your doing a nice job happy face ,as far as mine was concerned there were to many details off scale to try to correct it I understand it's a good flyer that looks good in the air i did consider the tailwheel position but as Percy says or infers its not worth it , keep going happy face it's whatever makes you happy ☺

Thread: Aldi bargains
07/06/2018 18:12:01

Band was in Aldi this week usual low price

Thread: RAF's Finest Biplane? Hawker Fury MkI
04/06/2018 20:58:29

That is brilliant Ernie cost is excellent given how much work it saves

03/06/2018 11:07:06
Posted by Martian on 01/06/2018 15:09:02:

Hi Danny i would like the l the glass and metal l bits please i have the wood bits

Edited By Martian on 01/06/2018 15:10:09

Hi Danny i think you missed me to 😢

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